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Old October 19th, 2006, 05:57 PM
DavidBgood DavidBgood is offline
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Smallest ship I was ever on was 29,000 ton and made in Scotland on the Clyde in 1957. It was my first cruise, and has a special place in heart.

What you have to remember is that what some see as cruising with a choice ie do I go Costa, RCCL, P&O, Celebrity, Princess etc.

They are all owned by Carnival, so they are bulk market with a company board directed towards bulk.

So unless you go to the smaller independants, you will never see smaller ships from these guys unless it's in response to a niche in the market, then its expensive and specialist.
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